The first few months of the year are over, which means Voit Real Estate Services indispensable Q1 2016 market reports have been released.
It’s time to wrap up our strategy guide by taking a final look at the real estate options open to long-term owners.
In this installment of our series on real estate strategy for long-term owners, we focus on the sale leaseback. How it works, and whether it’s a good idea.
So far in this series, we’ve been taking a look at options available to property owners who acquired their buildings more than 15 years ago.
These are the owners who have the most to gain from a disposition of their assets, but selling has serious tax implications and exchanging can add up to little more than kicking the tax can down the road.
Refinancing at today’s low rates can unlock equity for investment elsewhere, and for some, doing nothing at all is the best strategy. Today we’re taking a close look at another option: the Installment Sale.
Last week we began to take a look at the alternatives for property owners who purchased their assets more than 15 years ago.
These are the investors who have the most to gain by selling their properties, but realizing gains through a disposition also has its costs and complexities that deserve full consideration before a decision is made.
This week – two more alternatives that make good economic sense for many investors.